Playing-time analysis: Defense

December, 24, 2012
12/24/12
4:17
PM ET
A breakdown of the defensive snaps (based on a total of 61):

DEFENSIVE LINE
Muhammad Wilkerson: 61 snaps/100 percent
Mike DeVito: 40 snaps/66 percent
Quinton Coples: 27 snaps/44 percent
Sione Po'uha: 19 snaps/31 percent
Kenrick Ellis: 16 snaps/26 percent

LINEBACKER
David Harris: 61 snaps/100 percent
Calvin Pace: 61 snaps/100 percent
Garrett McIntyre: 43 snaps/70 percent
Bart Scott: 40 snaps/66 percent
Bryan Thomas: 5 snaps/8 percent
Demario Davis: 2 snaps/3 percent

SECONDARY
Antonio Cromartie: 61 snaps/100 percent
Yeremiah Bell: 61 snaps/100 percent
LaRon Landry: 61 snaps/100 percent
Kyle Wilson: 56 snaps/92 percent
Darrin Walls: 22 snaps/36 percent
Antonio Allen: 7 snaps/8 percent
Ellis Lankster: 1 snap/5 percent

Analysis: Wilkerson played every snap for the second straight game -- on a short week, no less. That's impressive stuff for a defensive lineman, especially at this stage of the season, when guys are beat up. ... Lankster (concussion) was replaced by Walls, who was a disaster -- two third-down penalties that sustained drives. ... Thomas, in what may have been his final home game as a Jet, didn't last long. He's still playing with a strained pectoral muscle.

Rich Cimini

ESPN New York Jets reporter

SPONSORED HEADLINES

Comments

You must be signed in to post a comment

Already have an account?